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Old 12-10-2010
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Plzread i need some help

i gota 1990 ford ranger 2.9 v6 srtock axels lifted and fenders trimmed.okay so what i got right now is38 ground hawgs that have about 20% left wich size wise are about 35 or 36 inches. havnt tried drivig with them yet but i have them would they work i have 2 38's and 2 40's the 40's are abou 36 or 37 inches over all would the truck run and drive?
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Old 12-10-2010
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The truck would do fine if you had 26s infront and 54s in the rear. Figuritively speaking. You just wouldnt be able to put it in 4wd becuz it would bind up real bad. So if you have a set of 4 tires that are all the same size, or within prolly about an inch of eachother youd be fine to run in 4wd. Hope this helps.
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No and anyways that big of tires is Effed up. Your hillbilly truck dreams are going to end with your axles broken
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You definitely need help, I agree.
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Damn that was difficult to read.
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